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Synonyms for cross

Synonyms for cross

Synonyms for cross

a wooden structure consisting of an upright post with a transverse piece

a marking that consists of lines that cross each other

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any affliction that causes great suffering

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(genetics) an organism that is the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock

fold so as to resemble a cross

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to cover or extend over an area or time period

meet and pass

trace a line through or across

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breed animals or plants using parents of different races and varieties

extending or lying across

References in periodicals archive ?
However, a Srinagar-based defence spokesman claimed the driver was killed in cross-fire.
The IFJ said those killed, 13 more than in 2013, were either targeted for their work or caught in the cross-fire while another 17 died in accidents or natural disasters while on assignment.
The film's director, Callum Macrae, claimed that the new photographs were important evidence because they appear to rule out any suggestion that Balachandran was killed in cross-fire or during a battle.
According to figures released by the IFJ on Monday, 121 journalists and media staff lost their lives in targeted attacks, bomb attacks and other cross-fire incidents this year, up from 107 recorded in 2011.
Ayub Salangi, said Paryani was not the target and that he was caught in cross-fire in the area between youth groups from Panjsher province.
A passerby who was identified as Murad Ali sustained bullet wound in the cross-fire between the security guards and the assailants and succumbed to his injuries when he was being rushed to the hospital for medical aid.
He said that damage to property was caused by cross-fire between the militias and the SPLA and had not happened intentionally.
Cross-fire is something his father introduced to encourage our son to use the loo rather than the potty.